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Antoni Abraham monument
Pl. Kaszubski, Gdynia
Designed by Stanisław Szwechowicz and unveiled on June 23, 2001 on the 78th anniversary of Abraham's death, this 4m tall statue of the man...
Baltic Information Centre
North end of Al. Jana Pawła II, Gdynia
Church of St. Michael the Archangel
ul. Arciszewskich 2, Gdynia (Oksywie)
Originally built by nuns of the Norbertine Order in 1224, this church is now part of museum dedicated to Polish sailors and seafarers. On the...
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
ul. Armii Krajowej 46, Gdynia
Built between 1957 and 1966, this at first glance rather ugly-looking church on closer inspection reveals a story and a beauty that encapsulates so...
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Why not take a wind-swept walk along the cliffs which inspired such notables as Stefan Żeromski and Queen Marysieńka. The Hel peninsula is visible...
Displaced Gdynian monument
Pl. Gdynian Wysiedlonych, Gdynia
This particularly emotive monument was created to remember those Gdynians deported from the city following the Nazi takeover in 1939.Estimates range...
ul. Świętojańska 30, Gdynia
A brand new building in the centre of the city designed to give residents a glimpse of how their city is to develop over the coming years. The local...
Joseph Conrad monument
Al. Jana Pawła II 1, Gdynia
The work of Danuta and Zdzisław Koseda and Wawrzyniec Samp, and unveiled in 1976, Gdynia's tribute to Poland's most famous sea-faring author...
Józef Piłsudski monument
Al. Piłsudskiego, Gdynia
A statue dedicated to the man who is widely recognised as having been the key figure in Poland regaining her independence after 123 years in 1918 and...
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